Take a Look Inside The Cartoon Introduction to Economics
In the panels below, Grady Klein and Yoram Bauman illustrate economist Adam Smith's principle of the invisible hand. This priciple suggests that individuals unwittingly benefit society by pursuing their own self interest. (Click on any image to enlarge)
This is the book that got us going.
I have quite enjoyed reading it, and if you're looking for an easy-to-digest introduction to the topic, this might be the book for you.
The Cartoon Introduction to Economics by Klein and Bauman is the best read for learning or growing an understanding of microeconomics.
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This ebook cannot be read on my 7" tablet and it won't zoom!
It cannot be opened at all on the Windows PC Kindle program. Read more
For a beginners who just started to understand economics like me, I would recommend this book. Simple illustration but with good understanding. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ooi Rae Cine
such tiny print. impossible to read. no zoom capabilities in this ebook. Pity it looked like an interesting way to teach the topic.Published 4 months ago by A. Piva
Okay, few people really want to go through the nuts and bolts of economics but at least this book gives a great presentation for the foundation of the more interesting concepts of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Arnett
I teach undergraduate economics and sometimes bring this book to class to spice things up a bit. Anything we can do to make economics more teachable is appreciated. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MC Spats
Unlike many economics texts, Yoram Bauman both understands and clearly explains opportunity cost and economic decision making. Read morePublished 7 months ago by azmyth
I am torn in this review. I suspect that I might give the book 4 or 5 stars for content, but unfortunately it is all but unreadable on my 1st gen Kindle Fire. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Palmer
I recommend the book for both early-stage economist students as well as non economists. It's fun, and you learn microeconomics.Published 8 months ago by Doron Pagot